Originally Posted by fnfalman
Because they realized that tritium sight doesn't identify the target. I've always questioned the use of tritium sight for non-military type. With the military, you don't care about identifying target. You know who your enemies are and what their silhouettes/profiles look like. You see a silhouette, sights on target, BLAM!!!
Do that at home and you might have just shot grandma.
Why does it have to be an either or situation?
Why not tritium sights AND a light?
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